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BuzzFlash,

Have you seen this? This is what democracies should have if they are serious about election fraud. The US is supposed to be a leader in demonstrating to the world what a democracy is, but all we have managed to show the world these past six years is how easy it is for any nation to be taken over by a political coup with their own despot installed and all due to election fraud. The whole world would be laughing at us if these six years hadn't been so murderously bloody.

A BUZZFLASH GUEST CONTRIBUTION
by Dave Lindorff, co-author of "The Case for Impeachment"

How pathetic can it get?

140,000 American troops are stuck in the mess that a lying and endlessly deceitful president has made in Iraq, over half a million innocent Iraqis have been killed since the politically-motivated 2003 US invasion, a group of very Establishment, middle-of-the-road politicians of both parties has declared the war an unmitigated disaster and called for a pullout of troops, the president has nixed their call for withdrawal and regional negotiations, and what is Congress doing about it?

MS. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON

BuzzFlash,

This article from the SF Gate newsletter tells of an incident that is graphic in nature as to the psychotic paranoia many Americans suffer from today that affects innocent people in harmful ways. At the end of this article, it tells us that this woman had a medical condition and they refused her access back on the plane. She was not responsible for their acts of paranoia. This could probably have been averted by people simply asking questions instead of seems like an over reaction. Since the odor of matches was so strong, a person would think that it could have been detected as coming from the toilet on this plane ... nothing like some free advertising on security risks, huh?

Friday, 08 December 2006 07:07

BuzzFlash Mailbag for December 8, 2006

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Subject: A Simple Fact

Iraq isn't really a war zone ... it's a CRIME SCENE.

I hope that this little truth is also pointed out to the American people very soon, and I also hope that those responsible are held accountable.

Monica Schrack
Kankakee, IL

A BUZZFLASH GUEST CONTRIBUTION
by David Michael Green

So. The James (Baker) Gang have finally come down from the mountain to deliver to us their long-awaited recipe for salvation from the Mess in Mesopotamia.

A BUZZFLASH NEWS ALERT

Look's like Christmas came early yesterday for 42 lucky prisoners being held in Guantanamo Bay. They were the first to arrive in the U.S. military's brand new 178 cell, $37 million high-security prison.

BARBARA'S DAILY BUZZFLASH MINUTE

"U.S. military and intelligence officials have systematically underreported the violence in Iraq in order to suit the Bush administration's policy goals, the bipartisan Iraq Study Group said." Awww, what a nice way to say, George Bush has been lying through his teeth since the get go!!! Out of deference for old man Bush, the Iraq Study Group has most certainly put all their diplomatic skills to use in the "Report"! In other words, "intelligence was "being fixed around the policy," from the very beginning and has continued right up to today! Unfortunately, everything that suits "the Bush administration's policy goals" is bad news for Iraq and for America!!! 

WORLD MEDIA WATCH

Summaries are excerpted from the source articles; the featured article follows the summary section. A recommended "site of the day" will also appear occasionally following the summaries.

1//Euobserver.com, Belgium
US PUSHING EU INTO MORE EDGY PRO-DEMOCRACY WORK

Washington is pressuring Brussels to create a US-type pro-democracy foundation to accelerate change in ex-Soviet and Middle East states, but the European Commission wants no part in the deal. "We think it's high time Europe had the same kind of facility [as the US' National Endowment for Democracy - NED]," senior US diplomat Scott Carpenter told external relations commissioner Benita Ferrero-Waldner at a Brussels seminar on Thursday (7 December) ...

A BUZZFLASH GUEST CONTRIBUTION
by Ray McGovern

At Tuesday's Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on the nomination of Robert Gates to be secretary of defense, it felt like I was paying last respects to the Constitution of the United States. The Constitution, though, was not the recipient of the praise customarily heaped on the deceased. Rather, the bouquets were fulsomely shared back and forth among the nominee and the senators -- all of them "distinguished," but none more so than the very reverend John Warner, gentleman from Virginia and departing chair of the committee, who presided at the wake.

VERSE-CASE SCENARIO

Possible White House Spin On The Iraq Study Group Report

by Tony Peyser

"Considering all our huge lies
And cunning obfuscations
We actually got off easy with
Just 79 recommendations."

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